Amanda Bynes’ “Amanda Please!” Website Is Still Up And Running

Amanda, please!


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2. The original Amanda Please! website definitely still exists. It looks exactly the same as it did when “The Amanda Show” ended in 2002.

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It still says you can “Catch Amanda” on Saturdays at 9:30/8:30c. MEMORIES.

3. Upon entering the site, you’ll hear the glorious “The Amanda Show” theme song.

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4. You can still ask Penelope all of your extremely pressing questions.

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After a series of polite directions.

5. And after you send in your questions, you’ll get a “personalized” message from Amanda’s #1 Fan herself.

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How very considerate, please.

6. Don’t forget to flip through Penelope’s collection of “Almost Actual Photos.”

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Which are really high-quality for never actually meeting Amanda.

7. And her Amanda Scrapbook.

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There are pages and pages of archived photos from the show, and they are GEMS.

8. You can even play *most* of the games, like “Words That Rhyme With Amanda.”

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Like “salamander.” Obviously.

9. And experience extreme nostalgia with the strange questions Penelope has answered on the site.

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“What does your nose look like?”

10. Finally, find out more about the girl who was BORN into the Amanda fandom.

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Or “Amandom,” please.

11. You can check out the site for yourself right here.

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12. Penelope thanks you for your attention, please.

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This Short Reimagines A New, Grittier Power Rangers

Not the Power Rangers you remember.

1. Film producer Adi Shankar just released a short film that reimagines the “Power Rangers” in a dark dystopian future.

2. It features James Van Der Beek as the Red Ranger.

3. Katee Sackhoff from Battlestar Galactica as the Pink Ranger.

4. And a grizzled and battle-scarred version of Tommy, the former green/white ranger.

5. The short has plenty of adult content and language.

6. And has no shortage of action and gore.

7. Sankar told HitFix that he made the short as an extreme take on Hollywood’s obsession with dark and gritty reboots.

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“The intention was not only to make it dark and gritty but make it even darker and grittier than you could possibly imagine, hence the brains, the blood and the violence and the sex.”

8. Needless to say, these aren’t the same Power Rangers from your childhood.

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Community Post: Which Vintage ’90s Cereal Are You?

Are you classically sweet or boringly bland?

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Which Vintage ’90s Cereal Are You?

  1. You got: Jurassic Park Crunch

    Bold and lively, you tend to be a natural leader in your friend group. Just like this cereal, you’re always down for an adventure.

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  2. You got: Sprinkle Spangles

    You have a sugary sweet personality that everyone loves! For the most part you’re an optimist who always enjoys having a good time.

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  3. You got: Oreo O’s

    Just like eating cookies for breakfast, you don’t mind breaking out of the social norm. You’re sassy and sarcastic and tend to play by your own rules.

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  4. You got: French Toast Crunch

    You’re original, caring, and don’t hesitant to go out of your way to help others. There’s no one quite as sweet as you!

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  5. You got: Urkel-Os

    Just like Urkel, you’re not afraid to embrace your own uniqueness! You’re lively, compassionate and always there for your friends.

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21 Cakes Every ’90s Kid Will Dream About

The ’90s are still delicious.

1. This artful NSYNC cake, which appears to come pre-adorned with body glitter.

2. This cake which is the best/worst ’90s mixtape ever.

3. Here’s a confection for all GameBoy addicts.

4. Of course if you want something more girly, there’s this very pink design.

5. These cupcakes are a reminder of your childhood doodles and how you used to waste time.

6. Bet this Rugrats cake tastes just as good as a Reptar Bar.

7. If you’re going to have this Clueless-themed cake, just make sure people RSVP so you’re not totally buggin’.

8. If you eat this Jumanji cake, all hell breaks loose. JK. You just get full.

9. This Lisa Frank cake is a rainbow-coated miracle.

10. Here’s one for anyone who saw Jurassic Park more than five times in the theater. ::raises hand::

11. If only R.L. Stine had written a Goosebumps called Sleep And You’ll Never Cake-Up.

12. Heroes in a half-shell, treats on mini-cakes.

13. This Lion King cake means no worries for the rest of your birthdays.

14. Pikachuuuuu!

15. Holy moly, this Saved by the Bell cake is truly a work of art. Nothing the gang could have whipped up in home ec class, that’s for sure.

16. Instead of “Happy Birthday,” it’d be better to sing the Fresh Prince of Bel-Air theme when this cake comes out.

17. A Hungry Hungry Hippos cake for Hungry Hungry Hippos.!Hungry Hippo Smash/zoom/ctfe/image1dbk

18. Like your Tamagotchis before, this one will likely also get killed.

19. Here’s a cake for any ’90s girl who worshipped the one named Sailor Moon.

20. What a cute idea for cupcakes — use two to depict Toy Story characters.

21. This Seinfeld-themed cake isn’t the most appetizing (does the top taste like soup), but double dipping would probably be welcome.

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